Six Decades of US-Russia Citizen Dialogue: Past Lessons, Future Hopes

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The Dartmouth Conference was born in the turmoil of the Cold War between the two major powers left standing after World War II: the US and the Soviet Union. While government officials from the US and (now) Russia occupy the public stage, Dartmouth is a distinct and innovative form of citizen diplomacy that takes place―more quietly and often successfully―behind the scenes, between highly experienced, influential citizens from both nations. This brief book highlights the stories of Dartmouth's work during its first 60 years and suggests an agenda for its future efforts.

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Democratic Practice Around the World
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